Bond Bryan Architects were recognised as “heroes of interoperability” in the buildingSMART 2014 global awards, Small/Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) Category, which took place in Toronto, Canada this week.
Jan Karlshøj from the buildingSMART jury said “The jury has decided to give the SME Special Mention to two companies. The jury found it stimulating to see SMEs promoting the use of buildingSMART deliveries. SMEs don’t have the same capacity as large corporations and may, therefore, find it more difficult to promote and implement new technology… The two companies receiving the Special Mention are Bond Bryan Architects from the UK and Juul Frost Architects from Denmark. Bond Bryan Architects gets this recognition for their efforts at Bradford College—The David Hockney Building.”
Rob Jackson, Associate Director and BIM Manager added, “We worked hard to demonstrate openBIM really works on a live project. It is fantastic to be recognised internationally for our interoperability work. Our project and BIM teams worked closely with BAM Construct UK using cutting edge processes and technology to deliver a truly great building for our client, Bradford College.”
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